This pamphlet consists of photographs of views and landmarks in various locales along the southern shore of Lake Superior: Marquette, St. Ignace, Ishpeming, Champion, Collinsville, Sault Ste. Marie, and Mackinac Island. The scenes include several large hotels, picturesque landscapes, Father Marquette's grave, locks around the waters of the Sault accommodating large ships, the International Railway Bridge, and the Lake Superior Iron Mine. B.F. Childs of Marquette, Michigan is the photographer,...
byCamera Club of New York; Boston Photo-clan; Photo-Pictorialists of Buffalo (Society)
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After her company is bought out by a tabloid magazine, career-driven journalist Ava Cole is less than thrilled to be covering celebrity fluff stories, even if her first assignment sends her to Aruba for the high-profile wedding of pop star India Wright. Maybe a solo excursion far from home will help her forget about her crazy family and her suddenly ex-boyfriend, who seems to have trouble with two simple words: "I do." It doesn't take long for the steamy island atmosphere to work its... Topics: Women journalists, Women singers, Swindlers and swindling
The Omar Oscar Marcus collection documents the life and work of photographer Omar Oscar Marcus (1910-1980). The collection contains typescripts of articles written by him that are primarily in Spanish and English, news clippings from Mexican newspapers from the early 1960s, letters to the editors of various international newspapers, clippings about his work and life, and numerous original photographs, many of which were taken in Mexico. Of particular interest is the correspondence with his... Topics: Jewish photographers, Photojournalism Source: lbiead